Student/Army Reservist Mobilized to NY

Austin Larson is a senior majoring in finance, as well as an Army reservist who was mobilized to New York in the latter half of his spring semester to support the coronavirus response. Thank you for your service, Austin! I… Read More

Kudos: May 2020

Research Grants Kaan Kuzu, Associate Professor of Supply Chain and Operations Management, is the principal investigator on the project Using Predictive Modelling to Predict Failures in Supply Chain, which has been awarded a $44,450 one-year grant from UWM’s Connected Systems… Read More

The Market’s Hopeful Thinking

G. Kevin Spellman, David O. Nicholas Director of Investment Management, has authored this comprehensive analysis. The Market’s Hopeful Thinking At about 2,900, the S&P 500 is only 15% off its all-time high and down just 10% for the year, but… Read More

How We’ve Transitioned to Online Learning

Read how Lubar faculty, students, and staff have adjusted to remote instruction and learning during the coronavirus pandemic. In my Managing in a Disruptive Environment class, I am almost embarrassed to say that when the course began this semester we… Read More

This Idea is Not Bobbleheaded

Right around now, couldn’t we all use a story that’s a little fun and a lot positive? Enter Phil Sklar (BBA-Finance ’06), co-founder and chief executive officer of the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum. Yes, that’s right, it’s… Read More

Vulnerabilities in Food Access

The following is an excerpt of an invited commentary for the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing on hunger and the COVID-19 crisis that was recently authored by Laura Peracchio, Judith H. and Gale E. Klappa Endowed Professor of Marketing,… Read More

Supply Chains Show Fighting Spirit

This commentary was authored by Jeff Turmel, Director of the Supply Chain Management Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Lubar School of Business. On March 5th, I sat with a Fox6 News reporter to talk about the impacts of the… Read More

New Venture Business Plan Competition Winners

Four student start-up ideas earned top honors at the 13th annual La Macchia New Venture Business Plan Competition at UWM’s Lubar School of Business in February. The competition is sponsored by Bill and Sharon LaMacchia. Bill LaMacchia is the founder… Read More

Effects of Coronavirus on Supply Chains

Jeff Turmel, Director of UWM’s Supply Chain Management Institute, discusses the effects that the coronavirus is having on supply chains with Fox6Now reporter Bill Miston. “If you get a global pandemic, there can be significant interruptions in product flows in… Read More